Judge dismisses discrimination, defamation claims by former Lexington library CEO

Judge dismisses discrimination, defamation claims by former Lexington library CEO
A Fayette Circuit Court judge has thrown out former Lexington Public Library chief executive Kathleen Imhoff's claims that she was discriminated against due to her gender and defamed following the termination of her employment in 2009.

However, Imhoff's third claim — that her employment contract was violated — still stands.

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